A middle-aged woman is currently recuperating in a Lagos hospital, after robbers stormed her rented apartment on the Lagos Island, during which she stabbed one of the assailants to death.It was learnt that the woman, identified simply as Adenike, and her family were attacked on Tuesday at about 2am on
The immediate past chief of defence staff (CDS), Air Marshal Alex Badeh, yesterday disclosed that the military under his watch was ill-equipped and lacked motivation to tame Boko Haram. The former CDS made this disclosure in Abuja at the pulling out ceremony organised in his honour as he bade farewell
Angry workers of the Peoples Democratic Party have accused the members of the National Working Committee of the party of squandering N12bn in nine months. PDP National Secretary, Prof. Wale Oladipo Out of the total sum, the workers said N11bn was realised from the sale of nomination forms while N1bn
Angry workers of the Peoples Democratic Party have accused the members of the National Working Committee of the party of squandering N12bn in nine months.The workers claim that N11bn was realised from the sale of nomination forms while N1bn was gotten from the sale of delegates forms.They alleged that the money was
Kylie Jenner has been accused several times of going under the knife to look the way she does, but she has always denied it.Last night, she posted this these photos of her cleavage and booty on Instagram and said that she uses PureLeef’s butt enhancement cream and breast plumping lotion to achieve a curvier figure.
THE Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) sat last week to review developments in the global and domestic economic environments since its last meeting of 18th and 19th May, 2015 to address emerging challenges in the economic landscape. The post CBN’s Monetary Policy Challenges appeared
STUDENTS of Delta State origin under the auspices of National Association of Delta State Students, NADESSTU, have threatened to shut down the capital city of Asaba, if their 2013/2014 bursary was not paid in the next two weeks. The post Delta students vow to shutdown Asaba over unpaid bursaries appeared
The Embassy of Republic of Niger in Nigeria has said that the Maryam Abacha American University of Niger (MAAUN) is recognised by law and “fulfils all the required terms and regulations” enforced in that country. This was contained in a letter dated Monday, July 27, 2015 with reference number: NV.
Lagos—Lagos State House of Assembly, through the Committee on Economic Planning and Budget, has uncovered bloated Overhead Estimate in the budget of the 20 LGAs and 37 LCDAs over the years to the detriment of the Capital Expenditure in the state. The post Lagos Assembly uncovers bloated estimate in councils’
BENIN CITY—THE immediate past senator representing Edo South senatorial district of Edo State, Senator Ehigie Uzamere, yesterday, urged the senate President, Bukola Saraki to take a cue from how the crisis in the House of Representatives was resolved, by closing ranks with the group of senators led by Senator Ahmad
ABUJA: The Federal Government said, Wednesday that power transmission from the national grid has increased to 4662 megawatts. Transmission Company of Nigeria, TCN, which disclosed this in a state signed by the General Manager, Public Affairs, Seun Olagunju, noted the new peak was attained at 08.00pm on Tuesday, 28th July,
Imo State Governor and Chairman of All Progressives Congress, APC, Governors’ Forum, Chief Rochas Okorocha, has urged Christian leaders in the country to throw their weight behind the anti-corruption crusade and policies of President Mohammadu Buhari. The post Okorocha urges Church leaders to pray for Nigeria appeared first on Vanguard
As Nigerians display a marked preference for foreign holiday destinations at the expense of domestic ones, successful visa applicants in the country have spent over N2 billion on the procurement of the South African visas in three years. The sum accrued from the successful issuance of visas to 133,114 applicants
THE two All Progressives Congress members of the House of Representatives from the South-East geopolitical zone on Tuesday grumbled over their alleged exclusion from the House leadership positions by the party caucus. The South-East Reps rejected the argument that they were first-timers hence not qualified to hold principal office in